Smartphone Storage: microSD Memory CardsMany of today's smartphones have microSD memory-card slots to expand your total storage. Recent demand for the previously-costly cards \n\nhas resulted in a significant price-drop, with 2GB and 4GB card selling for less than $10 in some cases. 16GB cards, the largest widely available \n\nmicroSD cards, are also coming down in price, to about $50. If your loved one has a microSD compatible device, you can't go wrong with \n\nmemory cards. Various capacity cards are available at your local electronics store. Or check out Amazon.com and NewEgg.com for even lower prices.\n\n"Skins" for BlackBerry, iPhone, Android and MoreTypically considered to be the most lightweight and unobtrusive smartphone cases, "skins" or flexible, thin rubber cases, are a great way to \n\nsimultaneously protect and customize your device. Since they rarely cost more than $10 or $15, why not buy a few?\n\nA plethora of smartphone skins for BlackBerry, iPhone, Windows Phone and Android devices can be found at your local wireless carrier's \n\nstore, Best Buy or an equivalent brick-and-mortar shop. You can also find them online, \n\nwhere you'll find the best prices, but remember to consider shipping costs before you purchase.\n\nBluetooth Headsets for iPhone, Blackberry, OthersBluetooth headsets make a fun and practical gift for smartphone enthusiasts, especially with so much driving-while-texting legislation on the \n\nbooks across the United States and beyond. I recommend headsets from BlueAnt \n\n(Q1) and JawBone (PRIME), but I have admittedly pricey tastes. Cheaper options from \n\ncompanies such as Jabra and BlackBerry-maker RIM are also sure to put a smile on your smartphone-lover's \n\nmug.\n\n\nSpare or Replacement BatteriesFew accessories do more for smartphone addicts than backup batteries\u2014especially when their devices run out of juice. Help ensure \n\nyour smartphone lover is never caught without a charge by gifting spare batteries this season. Prices vary depending on device, but you can find \n\nspare batteries on the cheap online, just hit up Google for best deals. A new standard-capacity battery should sell for less $40, while extended \n\nbatteries are a bit pricier. (Note: Some popular smartphones, like Apple's iPhone, have fixed batteries that cannot be replaced.)\n\nApp Store Gift Cards for Smartphone SoftwareApple's iTunes App Store is currently the only official mobile software shop that offers gift cards. That's just unfortunate\u2014yes, I'm \n\nlooking at you BlackBerry App World\u2014because app store gift cards not only enhance recipients' smartphone experiences, but also let \n\nrecipients pick their own software to ensure just the right gift. You can always send off an AmEx or Visa gift \n\ncard with instructions to buy software, but that's not the same...You can order and customize iTunes gift cards online or pick them up at your local Target or Walmart.\n\n\nCustom Smartphone Cases for BlackBerry, iPhone, OthersFinding custom smartphone cases online is no challenge; it's finding and deciding on a quality case that's best-suited for \n\nyou\u2014or your loved-one\u2014that's the hard part. I recommend both Shinnorie and \n\nVaja, which make a wide variety of case-styles\u2014though neither company is \n\n"cheap."\n\nShinnorie and Vaja make cases for a variety of devices including BlackBerry, iPhone, HTC, Nokia and Palm handsets. Prices vary depending \n\non case style and customization, but you can expect to pay at least $60 for each case. (Note: You'll want to order custom cases soon, as they can \n\ntake weeks to make.)\n\nSmartphone Car-Mounts for GPS NavigationGPS-based, turn-by-turn navigation applications are currently available for every major mobile platform and on all U.S. wireless \n\ncarriers\u2014though your device must be GPS-enabled to employ the services. GPS navigation apps offer nearly all the same features as \n\nstandalone GPS units, but unlike those dedicated gadgets, smartphones don't often come with car-mounts. No worries. Quality vehicle-mounts for \n\nsmartphones can be had for less than $30. (I'm partial to the Gomadic mount I've been using since last Christmas.)\n\nBluetooth Speakerphones with In-Car Media StreamingDoes the smartphone-enthusiast in your life spend much of his or her time in the car? Bluetooth speakerphones are a great alternative to those \n\noccasionally-awkward\u2014and plain ol' silly-looking\u2014in-ear headsets. And many of them offer additional features like media streaming \n\nfrom smartphones to vehicle stereo systems via Bluetooth. I'm a big fan of RIM's BlackBerry Visor Mount Speakerphone (roughly $120), which works with non-BlackBerry devices, and Jabra's SP700 Bluetooth (about \n\n$100).\n\nSmartphone-Battery Extender-PacksWhat's the next best thing than a fully-charged, backup smartphone battery? Why, a battery-extension pack, of course. Smartphone battery booster packs, like Mophie's Juice Pack Air for iPhone and Case-Mate's Fuel pack for a variety of devices (both sell for roughly $80), can be a \n\nbit awkward; they add bulk and weight to your device when attached. But they'll be well-worth the minor inconvenience after your loved-one's \n\nsmartphone battery bites the dust. In fact, extended battery packs can more than double total device battery life. \n\n\nStereo Bluetooth HeadphonesSmartphones increasingly double as media players, and a good pair of headphones can vastly improve the multimedia experience. In fact, one \n\nof the best ways to consume audio content via smartphone is to employ a set of stereo Bluetooth headphones, which connect to your smartphone \n\nwirelessly to do away with those pesky cords. I've had good experiences with stereo Bluetooth headphones from Samsung, Motorola, Jabra and \n\nothers. Check out Amazon.com for reasonable prices; you can expect to pay between $40 and $100 for a decent set of wireless \n\nheadphones.\n\n\nSmartphone Charging Docks\/Pods for BlackBerry, iPhone, PalmWall-chargers are sooo 2008. Welcome the gadget-geek in your life to the coming year with a new-fangled charging accessory like the \n\nBlackBerry Charge Pod, iPhone Universal Dock or a Palm Touchstone, for use with the Pre and\/or Pixi. Each product makes powering-up your \n\nfavorite gadget as easy as dropping it into\/onto a charging "cradle." Prices vary on BlackBerry Pods ($5 to $40) because there are many different models, but Apple charges \n\n$50 for the iPhone pod and Palm wants \n\n$70 for its Touchstone kit. (Do some online pricing before buying.)\n\n\nMemory Card Wallet for Smartphone-Media-Card StorageThere's no better way to organize and store smartphone media cards than in a memory card wallet. With slots for a variety of card-sizes, \n\nmemory card wallets make it simple to keep track of those tiny microSD cards, and all your other cards, while protecting them from damage. A \n\nvariety of wallets in different sizes, materials and styles can be found online, but I keep it simple with CarryMobile's $25 memory card \n\nwallet.\n\n\nUnique, Customizable Smartphone Battery DoorsOne quick and easy way to customize a smartphone is by replacing the factory battery door with something more "festive"\u2014where \n\navailable. (Some smartphones, like Apple's iPhone, have fixed battery doors that cannot be removed.) Most BlackBerry smartphones have \n\nreplaceable battery doors (about $20), and new options are simple to find on sites like CrackBerry.com. Palm's new Pixi device can also be customized with a number \n\nof cool\u2014yet costly\u2014battery doors designed by notable artists ($50 each). Also check out Coveroo.com for custom doors.\n\nUniversal Smartphone Charger and AdaptersThe wireless gadget industry has made a significant shift toward using microUSB as a standard for charging ports, but many older or specialty \n\nsmartphones still employ proprietary or custom ports for syncing data and powering up. A universal smartphone charger lets you simply switch \n\nadapters, or "nibs," whenever you need to charge different gadgets, so you never need to carry more than one cable. I've been using Malleable \n\nDevices' kwikSynCh Dual Charger ($14.95) for years, and I'm a big fan. Zip-Linq also makes a comparable product with a longer, retractable cord (about $25).\n\n\nSmartphone Screen Cleaners and Display ClothsSmartphone cleaning is an important part of proper device maintenance, and though an average, moist, lint-free cloth will do the trick more \n\noften than not, smartphone purists may want branded display cloths like the iPhone "shammy" that comes with Apple's smartphone. BlackBerry \n\nusers are in luck, if so: You can pick up RIM's BlackBerry-branded screen wipe online ($9). I'm also a big fan of La Fresh's "Tech Pack" of travel wipes ($6), with three different cloths meant specifically for cleansing gadgets.